Kitchen Spray Painting

Forget visions of two blokes going to town with a can of spray paint. Our kitchen spray painting service is professional, insured and guaranteed. We use special, low VOC paints manufactured in Europe for spray painting indoors. They offer exceptional durability and remain steadfast against moisture. There’s no flaking, no peeling and no fuss. We guarantee our work for 10 years.

After we’ve spray painted your kitchen, it’ll appear as though you’ve had your kitchen installed in that colour. The finish will be absolutely flawless and everything that meets the eye can be painted to achieve this effect, we do the face of the door, edges of the door, and lips on the carcass’s if required. All plinths, end panels, filling panels are also matched to ensure its looks as good as it would out of a box!

Why Kitchen Spray Painting?

Spray painting is cheaper than replacing your kitchen cupboards, cabinets and drawers and we don’t need to remove them to get the job done all is sprayed in situ and is 80% cheaper than replacing.
Kitchen spray painting does require an experienced hand. Artificial light shows up imperfections in the paint more so than natural light. For a flawless finish, hire us. We’ve been spray painting kitchens to the highest standards for over 20 years. Our experience and state-of-the-art equipment guarantee flawless results every time.

Our Meticulous Process

We’ll visit your home to assess the scope of work and quote you for it. This ensures that on the day no stone goes unturned to transform your kitchen. On the day, we’ll mask off your appliances, cover the floors and take all necessary precautions to eliminate cross-contamination. We’ll prep the surfaces for painting to create smooth, clean surfaces for the paint to adhere to.

To paint, we use a high-performance electric spray painter gun with a unique nozzle system we’ve developed ourselves. It ensures even paint application and minimum overspray, we also vent the room out with high power vans. Three coats of paint are typically applied to achieve a unison finish. The goal here is to change the colour of your kitchen to such a high standard that it appears as though you’ve had your kitchen installed in that colour.

We always clean up after ourselves and giving everything a final wipe down. Your kitchen will sparkle like new after we’ve finished - and that’s a guarantee.

Choose a Colour, Any Colour!

We can refresh the appearance of your kitchen in any colour you like. We support the British Standard range of over 300 colours and the RAL colour chart, which has more than 1,500 colours for you to choose from. That means we have over 1,800 ‘off-the-shelf’ colours available. Alternatively, you can make your own! We also offer you a glossy, satin or matte finish. Matte paint has a 0% shine, satin paint has a 30% shine and gloss paint has a 100% shine.

Farrow and Ball colours are very popular on internal application’s due to their neutral and very soft tones! Check out their colour chart here.

The paints we use are engineered for indoor use and come with a guarantee of their own. We provide that guarantee as the installer. We’re so confident in our work, we guarantee it for a minimum of 10 years. You don’t get fairer than that. Contact us today to find out more about our kitchen spray painting services. We also invite you to check out our gallery for some inspiration.


Above all, you will find us courteous, polite and professional. We take great pride in our work. Contact us today to find out more about our kitchen spray painting services and to get your free, no obligation quote.

Kitchen Spray Painting

Forget visions of two blokes going to town with a can of spray paint. Our kitchen spray painting service is professional, insured and guaranteed. We use special, low VOC paints manufactured in Europe for spray painting indoors. They offer exceptional durability and remain steadfast against moisture. There’s no flaking, no peeling and no fuss. We guarantee our work for 10 years.

After we’ve spray painted your kitchen, it’ll appear as though you’ve had your kitchen installed in that colour. The finish will be absolutely flawless and everything that meets the eye can be painted to achieve this effect, we do the face of the door, edges of the door, and lips on the carcass’s if required. All plinths, end panels, filling panels are also matched to ensure its looks as good as it would out of a box!

Why kitchen Spray Painting?

Spray painting is cheaper than replacing your kitchen cupboards, cabinets and drawers and we don’t need to remove them to get the job done all is sprayed in situ and is 80% cheaper than replacing.
Kitchen spray painting does require an experienced hand. Artificial light shows up imperfections in paint more so than natural light. For a flawless finish, hire us. We’ve been spray painting kitchens to the highest standards for over 20 years. Our experience and state-of-the-art equipment guarantee flawless results every time.

Our Meticulous Process

We’ll visit your home to assess the scope of work and quote you for it. This ensures that on the day no stone goes unturned to transform your kitchen. On the day, we’ll mask off your appliances, cover the floors and take all necessary precautions to eliminate cross contamination. We’ll prep the surfaces for painting to create smooth, clean surfaces for the paint to adhere to.

To paint, we use a high-performance electric spray painter gun with a unique nozzle system we’ve developed ourselves. It ensures even paint application and minimum overspray, we also vent the room out with high power vans. Three coats of paint are typically applied to achieve a unison finish. The goal here is to change the colour of your kitchen to such a high standard that it appears as though you’ve had your kitchen installed in that colour.

We always clean up after ourselves and giving everything a final wipe down. Your kitchen will sparkle like new after we’ve finished - and that’s a guarantee.

Choose a Colour, Any Colour!

We can refresh the appearance of your kitchen in any colour you like. We support the British Standard range of over 300 colours and the RAL colour chart, which has more than 1,500 colours for you to choose from. That means we have over 1,800 ‘off-the-shelf’ colours available. Alternatively, you can make your own! We also offer you a glossy, satin or matte finish. Matte paint has a 0% shine, satin paint has a 30% shine and gloss paint has a 100% shine.

Farrow and Ball colours are very popular on internal application’s due to their neutral and very soft tones! Check out their colour chart here http://www.farrow-ball.com/colours/paint/fcp-category/list

The paints we use are engineered for indoor use and come with a guarantee of their own. We provide that guarantee as the installer. We’re so confident in our work, we guarantee it for a minimum of 10 years. You don’t get fairer than that. Contact us today to find out more about our kitchen spray painting services. We also invite you to check out our gallery for some inspiration.


Above all, you will find us courteous, polite and professional. We take great pride in our work. Contact us today to find out more about our UPVC spray painting services and to get your free, no obligation quote.

Professional or DIY?

You might think painting kitchen cupboards yourself will be cheaper than hiring a professional, but this isn’t necessarily the case. Professionals like us use an electric spray painting gun to give kitchen cupboards a factory finish. The cost of this equipment is typically 80% of the cost of our service. You’re talking at least £600 for a spray painting gun like ours.

Brushes, rollers, spray paint cans and other painting methods do not achieve anywhere near the level of finish we achieve with our equipment. So, while you can paint kitchen cupboards yourself for less with brushes, rollers and spray cans, you can’t perform the work to the same standard, and if you wanted to, you’d have to spend several hundred pounds on a spray paint gun.

You also have to factor in our training and competence. Most DIYers have no experience whatsoever with a spray painting gun. It took us years to master our trade. As we like to say, you can’t buy experience or competence. Because of this, painted kitchen cupboards are best left to a professional with the right equipment.

How much does it cost to spray paint kitchen cabinets?

We typically charge £1,000 to £1,500 incl. VAT for a kitchen respray which includes the cupboard facings, drawer facings, side units, and bottom skirt. The project will take up to two days, but most projects are completed in one day.

Here are some average prices per unit:
• £70 per cabinet (facings only)
• £90 per larder and pantry cabinet
• £70 per built-in kitchen appliance facing

On any given kitchen painting project, our service offers savings of 50% compared to replacing the kitchen cabinets, or 80% when replacing the whole kitchen. This is an enormous saving that could be put towards a family holiday.

Painted kitchen cupboards: Hand-painted vs. Spray painted

In our opinion, spray painting is superior to hand painting which is why we only offer this type of service. There are a few reasons for this. Firstly, the alternative application types - brushes and rollers - give the paint a textured surface appearance and feel. With brushes, the cabinets have brush marks, and with rollers, the cabinets have a lightly bobbled surface. Spray painting provides a smooth and consistent finish that is comparable to a factory finish.

Secondly, spray painting allows us to apply paint in thin, even coats - even thinner than brushing and rolling. This allows the paint to dry faster between coats, which significantly reduces the project time. Also, because the paint is applied consistently, no area will wear prematurely. This is common with brushing and rolling.

Thirdly, spray painting is much better for acrylic and laminated surfaces. Brush or roll painting these surfaces creates significant contact texture. Spray painting creates no contact texture whatsoever. The finish will be smooth and consistent. The same goes for hardwood, softwood and engineered wood. Spray painting is better.

How to spray kitchen cabinets?

The kitchen cabinet spray painting process looks like this:

1. Clean and degrease - using detergent and rubbing alcohol, we thoroughly clean the kitchen cupboards to disinfect and degrease them. Alternatively, the customer may do this work to save a little on their quote, although the work needs to be done with the products we recommend.

2. Masking and covering - the kitchen cabinets will be sprayed in situ so long as there is space to work. If there isn’t, they can be removed by our team and sprayed outdoors if the weather is fine, or in another room. In any case, care is taken to properly mask the cupboards and room and cover areas up.

3. Spray painting - our paints do not need a dedicated primer because they act as the primer on the first coat. Your kitchen cupboards will be painted at the same time, working from one unit to the next. The drying time between coats is around 20 minutes, so we can complete one coat for all your kitchen cabinets in an hour. Your cupboards will need at least 3 coats each.

4. Remove masking - once they are dry, the masking is removed from your cupboards and the finish is inspected. If they need reinstalling, this will be done now. It’s important to note whether your painted kitchen cupboards can be sprayed in situ or not, we aim to complete all projects within 1 day.

5. Follow up - we will follow up with you two weeks after the project to see how you are getting on. This can be by email, phone or in person if you have any issues. You might also be thinking about other things in your home that need painting, in which case we’d be happy to put together a quote.

Is there any downtime with kitchen cabinet painting?

Downtime is minimal. Our paints are touch dry in 20 minutes and your kitchen cabinets will be available for use in 3 hours.

Are painted kitchen cupboards durable?

We stamp our work with a 10-year guarantee which means we expect your kitchen cabinets to look as good as new for at least a decade. We thoroughly tested the paints we use and have mastered our application technique to provide this comprehensive guarantee with confidence. The paint we use is abrasion-resistant and non-marring. It is also highly resistant to chemicals, oils and greases. We expect our paint to last as long as factory paint if not longer, so you can have complete confidence in it.

Is it worth it to repaint kitchen cabinets?

A new kitchen will cost you £2,000 to £4,000 yet having your kitchen cupboards professionally painted will cost you £1,000 to £1,500. The cash savings are enormous so from a financial perspective, it is definitely worth repainting kitchen cabinets.

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